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05:56 EDT 25th June 2019 | BioPortfolio

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Blood Pressure in the Emergency Department

This is a cohort study based on a large sample (> 600 000) of emergency department (ED) visits from two university hospital EDs. Information on incident disease after discharge from the ED will be collected through linkage to Swedish national in-patient register and cause of death register. The importance of blood pressure measured at the ED for incident atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease during long term follow up will be studied by Cox-regression analysis


Emergency Department Interventions to Improve Blood Pressure Follow-up

Hypertension is a very common disease, affecting approximately 65 million people in the United States. As many as 30 % of people with hypertension, approximately 20 million individuals, remain undiagnosed. As many as one third of patients seen in ED were noted to have elevated BP readings in prior studies. Approximately 5% of emergency department (ED) patients have severely elevated blood pressure. Prior studies suggest that as many as two thirds of ED patients with elevated ...

C-reactive Protein Information and Blood Cultures for Emergency Department Patients With Sepsis

Patients with sepsis (2 or more systemic inflammatory response syndrome criteria and suspected infection) assessed in the emergency department have blood cultures obtained to identify potential blood stream infections (BSI). Blood cultures are expensive, sometimes inaccurate, and only positive about 10% of the time in the emergency department. This study evaluates the effect of physician knowledge of C-reactive protein (CRP) levels on ordering rates of blood cultures in emerge...


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Measurement Of Endotracheal Tube Cuff Pressure In Emergency Department Patients

The purpose of this research is to measure the endotracheal tube cuff pressure in patients who have been endotracheally intubated emergently in the emergency department or in the field by prehospital personnel. Overinflation of ETTc pressure is associated with injury, and we seek to determine if the phenomenon of excessively inflated ETTc can be detected in endotracheally intubated patients in the ED. There is no experimental aspect to this study, it is only descriptive. Measu...

The Effect of Telehealth Ontario on Non-Urgent Emergency Department Use at The Hospital for Sick Children

The purpose of this study is to compare the rate of non-urgent emergency department use between three groups of patients: those who were referred to the emergency department by Telehealth Ontario; those who were referred by a physician; and those who arrived without being advised by a nurse or a doctor.

Endotracheal Tube (ETT) Cuff Pressure Study in the Emergency Department (ED)

Our study will measure the pressure of the endotracheal tube cuff in intubated patients in the emergency department.

Reducing Teen Pregnancy in the Emergency Department

This study will determine the feasibility, acceptability, and potential efficacy of an emergency department-based pregnancy prevention intervention targeting sexually active adolescent female emergency department patients.

Medication Reconciliation in an Emergency Department: How to Prioritize Patients ?

Medication reconciliation has proven its efficiency in improving patients' care, especially for emergency patients. This study aimed to identify risk factors of unintended medication discrepancies (UMD) in an emergency department. Secondary objectives were to identify the number and type of UMD, correction rate of UMD and the impact of emergency department organisation on UMD.

Identification of High-Risk Patients at Admission to an Emergency Department by Non-Invasive Hemodynamics

The goal of this study is to evaluate the prognostic values of non-invasive hemodynamic parameteres in relation to 30-day mortality and/or acute deterioration in patients who are admitted acutely to the department of emergency medicine or cardiology.

Point-Of-Care Chemistry Test (POCT) Effect on the Emergency Department (ED)

The hypothesis of this study is that POCT will shorten ED turn-around-time (TAT) such as blood drawing TAT, lab TAT, and decision TAT.

Influenza Vaccination in the Emergency Department

Randomized controlled trial of influenza vaccination versus referral for vaccination in the Emergency department. Is the Emergency Department an effective venue for vaccination for influenza? Does vaccination for influenza in the Emergency Department change the rates of influenza, influenza-like-illness or medical provider visits when compared with patient referred for vaccination in the community?

A Hypertension Emergency Department Intervention Aimed at Decreasing Disparities

Effective interventions that can address uncontrolled hypertension, particularly in underrepresented populations that use the emergency department (ED) for primary care, are critically needed. Uncontrolled hypertension (HTN) contributes significantly to cardiovascular morbidity and mortality and is more frequently encountered among patients presenting to the ED as compared to the primary care setting. EDs serve as the point of entry into the health care system for many high-ris...

Limited Compression Ultrasound by Emergency Physicians to Exclude Deep Vein Thrombosis

Deep vein thrombosis is a common condition seen in the Emergency Department. Standard of care for diagnosis of DVT includes a combination of a clinical pre-test probability rule known as Well's criteria, D-dimer blood testing, and Radiology department ultrasound. The purpose of this study is to determine whether Emergency Physicians can safely rule out deep vein thrombosis using Well's criteria and D-dimer blood testing combined with Emergency department bedside ultrasound.

Multi-Marker INDex for the Risk Assessment of Sepsis in the Emergency departmenT (MINDSET)

The purpose of the study is to procure blood samples from patients ≥18 years of age who present to the Emergency Department (ED) with at least two of the diagnostic criteria for sepsis. Samples obtained upon enrollment will be used for future testing of the Triage Sepsis Panel and other biomarkers.

Biomarkers for the Early Identification of Sepsis in the Emergency Department

Monocentric prospective study on consecutive patients attending the emergency department and suspected to have sepsis. Blood sampling for the measurement of a panel of biomarkers of interest in sepsis.

Telehealth for Emergency-Community Continuity of Care Connectivity Via Home-Telemonitoring

Modern technology like computers, smartphones and the Internet enable patients to measure certain health indicators, like blood pressure and body weight, from the comfort of their own homes. This information can also be shared electronically with doctors and other healthcare providers to monitor remotely. This is called home health monitoring. In TEC4Home, we are developing a home monitoring solution for patients with heart failure to support their care and recovery at home aft...

Emergency Department (ED) Adolescent Alcohol Prevention Intervention

The aim of the present study is to prevent or delay the initiation of alcohol use among young adolescents being seen in a pediatric emergency department, by enhancing parental monitoring and improving parent/adolescent conversations. Previous studies have shown that the pediatric emergency department is an excellent location for performing prevention interventions. By targeting individuals and their families in the pediatric emergency department (PED), we are capitalizing on th...

The Feasibility of Pertussis Immunization in a Canadian Emergency Department

Randomized controlled trial of 2 strategies to provide adults with the Tdap vaccine to patients presenting to the emergency department. Rates of vaccination as well as effects on department efficiency will be measured.

Evaluating Models for Dissemination of Injury Prevention Information in the Pediatric Emergency Department Setting

This study examines the Pediatric Emergency Department as a location for increasing safe car seat practices by parents who are not restraining their children appropriately in motor vehicles. Three different intervention will be tested to determine their effectiveness in increasing safe car seat practices: usual emergency department care; provision of printed materials; and a brief motivational intervention in the emergency department.

Rapid HIV Testing Program in the Emergency Department

The purpose of the study is to evaluate the feasibility of a rapid HIV testing program in the Temple University Hospital(TUH)Emergency Department. We hypothesize that a rapid HIV testing program in the TUH Emergency Department is feasible. Patients presenting to the Adult TUH Emergency Department with certain conditions will be offered rapid HIV testing. Testing will be performed by oral swab using the OraQuick Advance test. Patients will receive post-test counseling.

Arterial pH Selectively Predicts Intensive Care Unit Transfer From the Emergency Department in Obese Patients With Acute Dyspnea

This study evaluates the prognostic value of arterial blood gas analysis in a cohort of Emergency Department patients presenting with shortness of breath of any cause, comparing obese and non-obese patients.

Emergency Department Targeted Ultrasound for the Detection of Hydronephrosis

An Emergency Department Targeted Ultrasound (EDTU) is an ultrasound examination performed by an emergency department physician, instead of a radiologist or ultrasound technician. EDTU is intended to be a readily assessable test performed at the bedside, to quickly and safely determine the presence of a disease state; it answers a binary question, as compared to formal ultrasound imaging which seeks to determine the cause of a patient's symptoms. The objective of this study is ...

Rapid Assessment of Cardiac Markers for the Evaluation of Acute Coronary Syndrome (RACE-ACS)

This clinical trial is being conducted to 1) evaluate the possible usefulness of a panel of cardiac markers in assessing emergency department patients with possible acute coronary syndrome, 2) evaluate the usefulness of BNP in assessing emergency department patients with possible acute coronary syndrome, 3) determine if BNP can be used to predict adverse events during hospitalization and in the emergency department, and 4) evaluate how a Point-of-Care testing platform affects ...

Low-dose Propofol for the Treatment of Severe Refractory Migraine Headache in the Emergency Department

Migraine headache is a frequent Emergency Department complaint. While first-line Emergency Department treatment for this condition is well-established, optimal second-line treatment options are not well-defined. First line Emergency Department treatments include Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs), dopamine antagonists. Second line treatments that have been proposed include triptans, steroids, antiepileptics, benzodiazepines, magnesium and narcotics, but none have...

Telehealth for Emergency-Community Continuity of Care Connectivity Via Home-Telemonitoring Randomized Controlled Trial

Modern technology like computers, smartphones and the internet enable patients to measure certain health indicators like blood pressure and body weight from the comfort of their own homes. This information can also be shared electronically with doctors and other healthcare providers. This is called home health monitoring. In TEC4Home, the investigators are developing a home monitoring solution for patients with heart failure to support their care and recovery after a visit to t...


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